One Month at a Time
Laura Lynn Brown is one of the bravest women I know, but I’ll get to that later in the post.
First, I want to clear something up. 668 more words
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First of all, I would like to apologize. For everything.
I am sorry I am writing this now and I realise I should have done it long long ago. 533 more words
2 hours, 32 minutes
The Lord is close to the broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.
I got a call the other day that my very dear friend. 579 more words
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South Shore Senior News
Quincy – Beverly Moore of StilMee, the Leader in Alzheimer Coaching is offering free two-hour workshops entitled ‘Dementia Family Forum’ for places of worship on the South Shore.
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finding the moment
What we believed was the beginning was really closer to being the beginning of the end of the process for Mom. It was she who first rode the charge to diagnosis in early 2005. 1,750 more words
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I was waiting for my time but that’s not going to happen-
Instead, on most afternoons, you will find me a nappin’
I’ve become resigned to devoting my time to my mate- 134 more words
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Living through Alzheimer's
January 10, 2014 was a Friday. I got off work and had plans to see my two friends Brooke and Kimmie. We spent about an hour together. 2,007 more words
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